The founder of Bayada Home Health Care has given his employees an extraordinary holiday gift this year. This past Tuesday before Thanksgiving, Mark Bayada gifted his employees a collective bonus worth $20 million.
The gifts ranged from $50 to tens of thousands of dollars depending on how long the employee has been with the company. Mark Bayada announced the bonus at a luncheon with around 100 employees in attendance. The employees were thrilled and gave him a standing ovation.
The luncheon was held at Bellevue Hotel in Philadelphia, which is only a block from Bayada’s first service office. Bayada tapped $16,000 of his saving and opened the home health care company in 1975. Today the company employs upwards of 26,000 people and operates in 22 states.
“It was an overwhelming experience,” said Nicole Green, a Bayada nurse, who was in attendance at the luncheon announcement. “It meant a lot to be recognized,” Green says. “He’s very sincere, and everything is just done from the heart.”
For his part, Bayada is seemingly genuinely thankful for his employees. “I have spent a lot of time reflecting on what has gotten us to this point and what I am particularly thankful for,” he said.
According to Mark Bayada, the gifts are part of the company’s transition to nonprofit status. The development is expected early next year. Bayada also says it is a way to show his gratitude to his employees. The decision to move the company to nonprofit status is intended to protect the company from being sold in the future. However, at the same time, it also shifts the profits into the mission of the company.
Unfortunately, Bayada currently faces two lawsuits alleging some employees were improperly denied overtime pay. One suit seeks additional compensation for client service managers. The other is representative of the nurses, occupational therapists, and other home healthcare aides.
Bayada ascertains that their pay policies are consistent with state and federal laws. Regardless of the pending cases, the founder of this health care company seems like he will make everything right.
30 People Who Got Called Out for Lying On Social Media
Social media can be used for many good reasons, but lying isn’t one of them. Unfortunately, a surprisingly high number of posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have little truth to them. While most of these lies go unnoticed, some are just too obvious to ignore. The following people posted lies of epic proportions on social media and each one got called out.
You Just Crossed the Feline
When you are trying to sell something on social media, it’s highly recommended to make sure that the photo doesn’t contradict anything you mention in the description. Sure, this couch looks slightly used. And yes, it is soft and grey.
However, when you start claiming that no pets have been on this piece of furniture and yet there is a cat literally hiding behind that very same couch, you know that it’s probably best to look elsewhere.
What the Fox?
Celebrities have the right to discuss whatever they please on talk shows as long as they agree with the host and producers beforehand. This also applies vice versa. Hosts usually make sure to check with the celebrity about any sensitive topics they might want to bring up prior to the interview.
So when the Huffington Post posted this tweet about Megan Fox, Jimmy Kimmel was quick to shut them down and he wasn’t afraid to drop an emphatic expletive!
New World Record!
Rob seemed to be pretty relaxed after “realizing” that he had run five kilometers in just 10 minutes. It sounds like it was just a normal run and something that he could easily do again. Thankfully, Cal showed up to remind Rob that the world record for the 5k is 12 minutes.
Honestly, we are more surprised that Rob didn’t reply to Cal by saying the following: “Well if that’s the case, I’m going to have to submit this to the Guinness World Records!”
This guy must have felt pretty embarrassed after advertising this apparently “brand new” pair of sunglasses that had never been worn before. Apparently, though, he wasn’t that excited to let them go after all, seeing that he was actually wearing them in his profile picture.
The problem was that he was careless with his lie! Word of advice to people trying to sell stuff on social media: make sure you dot all of your I’s and cross all of your T’s.
Did She Trip On Her Phone?
It’s impossible to believe that this young lady “didn’t mean to post” a selfie of herself. Her pose for the camera is unquestionable and she still hasn’t deleted it! To be fair, the person who commented has a really good point.
It takes a number of careful steps to post a photo on one of your social media accounts. The only excuse she has is that maybe she did it subconsciously, and that is disturbing.
He Doesn’t Believe in Second Place
On face value, it does look like the swimmer who posted this photo wasn’t lying. We assumed that he was just racing the person in the lane next to him. Maybe he did genuinely turn his head to make sure he was winning.
So either he had no idea that the person in the third lane was also in the race. Or, he is deliberately ignoring the fact that this person was way ahead in the race!
Amazing Photoshopping Skulls
Let’s face it, if the discovery of two giant skulls was actually true, it would have been breaking news around the world. Thankfully, someone was quick to clear up where this photo actually came from.
It turns out that it won a digital enhancing photo competition, which makes a lot more sense. Kudos to whoever conjured up this lie of a caption, it was actually pretty convincing for a second! At any rate, it is quite a stunning image!
A Legitimate Time Traveler
For some strange reason, this woman tried to convince the internet that this photo is of her mother from the 70s. However, someone was quick to point out that the person is wearing a FitBit!
If you are trying to pass off that a photo of you was taken 50 years ago, make sure to get rid of any obvious features from the present day. We don’t want anyone to suspect that you traveled back in time with your DeLorean!
A Rocky Post
At first, this person’s friends were genuinely impressed by the photo he had supposedly taken of himself during his trip to the Rockies. Apparently, this guy “had an amazing trip and shredded the mountains every day.”
However, he managed to make it extremely easy to be exposed. Not only did he steal the photo, but it was the very first photo to appear on a Google image search! Next time, just take some honest photos of your trip.
Anyone who has spent enough time on YouTube has probably stumbled across PewDiePie at some stage of their lives. Apparently, someone is so obsessed with this social media personality that they chose to draw a portrait of the man whose real name is Felix.
However, it turns out that the person who submitted this post online didn’t even draw it. It was already posted 200 days prior! There is nothing more disgraceful than passing off someone else’s art as your own.
Who’s a Good Boy?
Let’s face it: if a human was to destroy something in the household, even if it was by accident, we’d be quick to yell at them. However, if a dog deliberately destroyed one of your pillows, it’s almost impossible to be angry with them, especially when they are staring into your soul with those beautiful eyes.
It seems though that the person who commented on the photo is implying that the owner orchestrated the crime just to get some likes!
Type-Cast? More Like “Type-Wrong”
Many actors have suffered from being typecast in certain roles. There are also plenty of Hollywood stars who might often put on an American accent, despite being from abroad. Take Chris O’Dowd, for example, who has had a number of roles playing an American character, and he seems to be able to pull it off.
Then, when the Irish Daily Mirror claimed that he was sick and tired of doing this, he was quick to tell them otherwise. Chris is doing just fine.
Poor Little Guy Was Set Up!
When we first saw this photo, we couldn’t help but say “awe” at this adorable little kitten who was supposedly caught by their owner eating some of their yogurt.
However, as you can see, this wasn’t exactly difficult when the owner left an open tub on the kitchen floor! It’s just not the same when an owner orchestrates an incident involving their pet just so they can get likes and shares on social media.
Bow Wow’s in the Doghouse!
It’s bad enough when celebrities show off their rich lifestyles on social media. But when they are flat-out lying about it, that takes matters to an all-time low. Like the time when rapper Bow Wow posted a photo of a private jet, claiming that he was about to board it on his way to New York City.
What Bow Wow didn’t realize though was that someone had taken a photo of him from behind, while he was sitting on a public flight!
What a Poser
Listen, people should feel free to post photos of themselves on social media. It isn’t a crime and we’re not going to judge them for it. But at least have the decency to post a photo of yourself, not somebody else!
This young lady thought she would be able to post this photo on her Facebook page, convincing her friends and family that it was actually her. However, someone was quick to call her out, proving that she had stolen a photo of actress Aiza Khan.
Vacay? More like Fake-Cay!
To be fair, this is probably one of the oldest tricks in the book of social media lies. As long as you have a beach towel, you are lying down virtually anywhere in the world and the sun is out, you can convince people that you are at the beach, sunbathing.
This guy had no idea though that someone else was taking a photo of him while he was trying to pull off this stunt. He was actually in a field.
The Shades Don’t Lie
We have no idea why someone would lie about being stuck in traffic on social media. Unless they were trying to convince someone specific that they were going to be late for something, we have no idea why they would go out of their way to do this.
Word of advice though, if you do lie about this, do not wear sunglasses while you’re taking a selfie in your car. Never underestimate the power of reflections…
I Am Shocked
It’s quite amazing to think that someone has lived their entire life not using the word “am.” Apparently, at every possible chance, they have said “I’m” and not “I am.” We find that extremely difficult to believe!
On a side note, we are also pretty bothered about how quick the person is to criticize the term “am,” and yet he has no problem leaving out the apostrophe in “doesn’t.” It’s things like this that really bother us!
Back from the Dead!
Any true film buff is aware of the impact that John Carpenter has had on movie history. The man behind hits such as Halloween and Escape from New York has been very selective with his projects over the years. But the ones he has worked on have often gone on to be great successes.
For some strange reason, leading movie review website Rotten Tomatoes assumed the director was dead. However, Carpenter commented on the tweet that he was in fact, still alive!
Read the Label!
This is what happens when the customer doesn’t fully understand what they have purchased and as a result, they failed to benefit from it. Specifically, this person just didn’t realize that their value refill bottle isn’t supposed to have a pump on it.
They probably installed it themselves and now they are confused. Thankfully, this person has the internet. Otherwise, it might have taken them many more years to learn their lesson! Always read the label, folks.
The Force Is Wrong With This One
In case you haven’t noticed, Mark Hamill is a very active individual on social media. Not only does he enjoy interacting with his fans, but he also likes to troll a lot, and isn’t afraid to speak his mind.
So when Heroic Hollywood posted the following headline on Twitter, the Star Wars star was quick to shoot them down for what he confirmed were wrongful claims. All it took was three words: “No, I didn’t.”
The Lying King
These days, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to know how to transform photos through the power of photoshop. This person posted the following “photo” online of what they claimed to be a lion with melanism.
Surely enough though, a fact-checker was ready to save the day, posting the original photo of a normal looking lion. It was already obvious that the person had edited the photo. Proof of that was just the icing on the cake.
A Masterpiece in Lying
People can do such desperate things to create lies and try to maintain them. Take this guy, for example. Thankfully, someone burst into the comments section and suggested that he must have put a variety of filters on the photo.
This ended up making it look more like a piece of art than an original photograph. We would be a bit more forgiving if the guy wasn’t so vain. “Dang I am soooo fine!!!” Who says things like that?
Maybe a Ghost Took the Photo
Unfortunately, the following social media lie has been done by plenty of couples around the world. Technically speaking, it isn’t even a lie. It just doesn’t really make sense! How can you take a selfie when you are both asleep?
Maybe a ghost took the photo for them. Or, maybe it was their dog who took the photo and posted the photo online without them knowing about it. Your guess is as good as ours.
Slightly Off With That Estimate
Someone should remind the person who posted this that a quarter is literally a fourth of a dollar. We understand how the person got to $9,125 but make sure you know what the correct answer is before you share it with the world.
Thankfully, the person who commented on the post put together a funny response that made sure not to poke too much fun at the original poster. Let’s just hope they didn’t believe the comment!
In this day and age, many kids are absolutely obsessed with superheroes and can you blame them? Caped crusaders such as Batman, Superman, and Iron Man are the main characters in so many multi-million dollar blockbuster movies.
It’s no surprise that kids all over the world want to dress up as them. However, this person couldn’t tell the difference between Spider-Man and Superman when he tried selling this costume online and he was immediately called out for it. Know what you’re selling, folks!
What the Freckle?
It’s easy to get caught up in the world of social media and feel a need to share photos of our new hairstyles and general appearance to seek validation from others.
Take this young woman, for example, who was excited to share a photo of herself. According to her, she used no filter on the camera, she applied no makeup whatsoever and everything about her was natural. Unsurprisingly, she received a ton of negative comments from her peers calling her out on her deception.
Back to the Fake Future
Vintage photos are a big deal these days on social media. Millions can’t help but share photographic blasts from the past as it is a beautiful way of being taken back to another era.
However, this person had the nerve to share a photo they took at their supermarket and tried to convince the online community that it was actually taken back in 1979. It didn’t take long before someone noticed the stand of Powerade at the end of the aisle.
Do the Math!
We’re not entirely sure if this qualifies as a lie. The following screenshot might just be an example of a lack of intelligence. Like many people online, Charley took what she believed to be a legitimate IQ test.
In the end, she ended up getting a score of 85, which is below average. So when she posted in the caption that she got a score of 125, we can only put it down her being in denial about her real score.
Mommy Knows Best
Whatever the context is behind the following social media post, we do know that it has something to do with a car. Word of advice: if you are going to tell lies on Facebook that involve your parents, make sure that you don’t have your parents on your “friends” list.
They might be more tech-savvy than you realized. At the very least, they are perfectly able to read your posts and moreover, they probably know when you are lying.
You Better Beliebe It!
Let’s face it: a disproportionately high number of teenagers are obsessed with Justin Bieber. Many fans of the Canadian pop star love him so much that they will even have usernames paying homage to him.
Take this young woman, for example, who named herself “Biebersgurl4ever1” on Reddit. Although her post suggests that she’s actually not such a big fan of “the Biebs,” others begged to differ and called her out on her more than obvious username.
It’s Legit, I Quit!
We never want to see our friends lose their jobs, especially if they are financially struggling. However, if you still have co-workers on Facebook after you are no longer working with them, make sure to tell the truth about the circumstances in which your employment came to an end.
Ultimately, this person seemed to forget that at least one of his co-workers knew that he quit his job, as opposed to being let go. Don’t try to hustle people if you don’t know how!
Did Someone Order a Fake-accino?
Some people have the deepest confidence issues that they have to convince the online community that they are getting love from imaginary people! This woman decided to share a photo of a Starbucks cup with the following message written on it: “For the prettiest girl I’ll see today.”
Without question, it would be worth sharing this photo on Instagram if it actually happened to you. However, someone managed to embarrass her by posting the link to the original photo…
Fake it Til’ You Bake It
We get it, the idea of accidentally dropping one’s phone into a cake before it goes in the oven is worth sharing online. It is bound to get tons of responses. Unfortunately, though, this person stole the image from a YouTube video.
We have no idea why someone would lie about dropping their phone into a cake mixture. The only explanation we’ve got is that they must be desperately looking for attention. Why not just post something that is true?
Yolks On You, Folks!
Double yolks are certainly a thing. They happen. However, it is pretty much unheard of that a complete dozen pack of eggs has two yolks in every single egg-shell.
Thankfully, someone was cynical and quick enough to be the very first person to comment on this absolute lie, ensuring that no one else would fall for this “eggcellent” photo. At the end of the day, one double yolk would have been fine. You really don’t have to lie to us about this!
Pay it Forward
You’re totally right, pal! Christmas isn’t about overpriced gifts and bragging rights. Indeed it’s about being a good person and helping others out. It’s too bad that someone called you out, though, for pretending to be a decent human being because now how are we ever supposed to believe that you’re a nice guy?
Perhaps next time you should actually follow through with that gesture. After all, there’s no doubt your server would appreciate a $100 tip on a $28 bill.
When Someone Rips Off Your Handmade Blanket
Oh, the power of the Internet. While it’s easy to claim that you’re an artist of sorts, knitting your own Colts blanket and all, it’s also pretty simple for someone to catch you in that lie when websites like Amazon and WayFair exist.
Also, nice attempt at trying to sell a blanket for $400 when WayFair sells it for less than 38 bucks. Before posting a ‘handmade’ cover of yours, you might want to check out the website that you originally bought the product from to see if they’re still selling it.
Oh, David — are you this gullible about everything you hear?! Do you seriously trust that meat can ‘lose its meatness’ over time, after spicing and curing it? Well if you do think that’s true, it’s not, and we certainly hope your pepperoni pizza-loving friend is aware of that too.
In any event, we agree with user Majnun99 — your friend is neither a vegetarian nor a vegan and if he truly believes he is, then he’s in for a rude awakening.
“This is Why Mine Are Never Sick”
Oooooph, Susan! It looks like one of your Facebook friends caught you in a lie. Just because you’re anti-vaccine doesn’t mean that the rest of your friends have to be and just because they’re pro-vaccine certainly doesn’t mean that you have to be! Everyone has a right to their own opinions and beliefs.
But, if you’re going to put something like this on your Facebook page, you should probably check your other posts first. According to your good old pal here, your kids were sick right before Christmas, which sort of defeats the purpose of your post…
Who Even Said That?
Yes, girl — you tell him! When this guy tried to post what he thought was an amusing tweet about the girls he likes versus the girls that like him, he got called out and rightfully so!
It turns out that this dude’s post made it all the way to the user to whom the photo actually belongs to and boy, was she quick to put him in his place or what?! Someone obviously had to tell him how it is…
I’ve Been Hacked!
This one’s pretty bad — it might be even worse than getting caught liking your own photo. In any event, this guy was pretty close to faking the whole ‘I got hacked’ thing until technology slapped him right in the face, which was followed by a few other burns from fellow Facebook friends.
If only his phone hadn’t betrayed him by revealing that he had posted that status via his mobile device and not from a library computer as he claimed…
The Great Gatsby
All we could really do after reading this little post is shake our heads. We’re not entirely sure what the point of this status was but there was really no point in calling out people who have read The Great Gatsby if you haven’t read it yourself.
Sure, those who have read the novel aren’t any better than you just because of that but chances are, they would have understood the little joke your Facebook friend was making in the comments section of your post. Just sayin…
This Sounds…Oddly Familiar
It didn’t take very long for this guy’s Facebook friends to notice this blatant lie of a post. Whether or not you’re good looking, dude, there’s really no need to steal an exact quote from a conversation that happened on Jimmy Kimmel Live! between the host himself and actor Robert Downey Jr.
Perhaps you were trying to live vicariously through two huge megastars but it ended up getting thrown right back in your face when your friend in the comments section put you in your place…
Keeley Hawes Isn’t Having It
This one seriously made us laugh out loud! There’s nothing worse than getting caught and called out by the very celeb your fake news is about.
Our best guess is that The Daily Mail surely wasn’t expecting English actress, Keeley Clare Hawes to actually see their post and reply to it yet she did because she wanted to clear up the fact that she didn’t lose 14 pounds for her role in Bodyguard. Well, it looks like that “news” source may have gotten themselves into a bit of a pickle…
Down the Rabbit Hole You Go…
It’s one thing to be a fraud, but another thing entirely to be a dumb fraud. Friends, if anyone is resorting to the desperate act of completely faking their own success, assuming that others are more clueless than they are in order to pull it off is a bad move.
Don’t go trying to pull a fast one about something that anyone can bust you for with a simple google search. And don’t ever piss off art fans – they’re known to be a sensitive bunch, and will no doubt make you sorry.
The Strangest of Promises to Grandma
Let’s get one thing straight: unless your grandma is a pre-teen living in a senior’s body, she doesn’t know who Nash Grier is. He’s barely passed 20 as of late, and he’s only famous for being funny on the internet and being friends with Shawn Mendes, an already famous person who your grandma definitely doesn’t know either.
And as a fan of his, we don’t think he’d be too pleased about you guilt-tripping his real fans with the last few precious years of your grandma’s life.
Covering Your Tracks
People, people, people. How is it possible that Facebook has been around for over a decade already, and somehow some of you still don’t know how it works? If you’re trying to cover your tracks, going online is rarely a good idea, but publicly posting anything on Facebook is sure to get sticky.
Moral of the story — if you’re clueless enough to use Facebook wrong, you probably deserve to get caught.
A Pretty Apocalyptic Lie
Between these two, we’re not actually sure who got their story wrong. Sure, on the one hand, his friend might be right for calling him out – these days, the belief that the world is on the verge of total destruction is incredibly hip.
And Facebook is everyone’s favorite place to share their budding pessimism with others. But on the other hand, anyone can go to the library and pick up a book without actually accomplishing any studying…or was that just us in college?
Eat Roast, Get Roasted
If we’re honest, there can be a few sides to this story. Becoming a vegan certainly requires a bit more effort and self-control than living carefree from meal to meal. And before someone makes the big shift, we sympathize with wanting to get one last taste-packed meal in.
In fact, it’s even more impressive for those who really love meat. So if it’s gonna be such a struggle, maybe just don’t sound so gosh darn happy about it.
Telling Lies Just Isn’t Our Styles
It’s hard to say what’s weirder here: this kid making up such a ludicrous story, or Harry Styles actually finding it in the vast space of the internet and putting him in his place.
It’s also pretty concerning that this sneak thought that running off with someone’s money is somehow worth bragging about…not to say anyone believed him in the first place – like Harry Styles couldn’t get anyone other than a self-righteous child with his money? Unlikely.
Don’t Mess With Musk
Wow…shots fired. Word to the wise — don’t try to make a famous person with an active interest in tech the punchline of your tech news headline. If you are wrong, they will know, and if they call you out, everyone will listen to them. TBH, we’re even reconsidering our Wired subscription right now.
How hard can it be to just tell the truth, guys? Just remember that if you don’t, this could be what happens as a result.
Ethan is Savage
When Twitter user Adrian tried quoting a Meek Mill song — “the more I made, they faker they got” — you better believe his coworker, Ethan, was there to remind the guy how much they actually earn making sandwiches all day as a Jimmy John’s employee.
Let us tell you — their salary for the day ain’t nowhere near what Meek Mill even makes in an hour! Maybe Adrian will one day have the same earnings as Meek Mill but until that day comes, he should probably stick to making subs.
“No You Didn’t”
Talk about one awkward moment. We’re not sure why Twitter user @KennedyJonesTHO decided to put this tweet out into the universe for people — especially Seth Rogen — to read.
While this would have been a hilarious DM to receive from a comic genius, it’s hard to believe that Rogen would just wake up one Tuesday and randomly think, “it’d be funny to DM this specific guy the word, ‘fart.'” That could explain why Rogen himself was quick to correct Kennedy’s mistake.
“What’s Up, Doc?”
Nice try, “doc.” If only the inaugural class of Dell Medical School wasn’t graduating this year — then maybe you would have been able to get away with your lie. It’s too bad Reddit user /r/conspiracyuser was too quick for your games.
He wasn’t going to let you just get away with your false claims, especially if you’re going to give medical advice on a website like Reddit. Anyone that knows the platform knows that most users don’t have the patience for unreliable information…
“We’d Love it if You Did!”
The Steve Nash Foundation may have called this Twitter user out for lying about a donation but they really couldn’t have done it in a nicer way. It was also a nice touch to add the donation link.
In all honesty, though, if this gal was bold enough to post that she apparently donated 14 bucks, then the least she could have done was actually donate the money. What we’re wondering now is if oh so charitable citizen followed through with her promises.
Grand Fail Auto
It might not have happened on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. But hey, we guess Whatsapp can also qualify as social media. This woman was quick to share with her husband what happened to her car that morning.
However, he was just as quick to call her out on it, knowing for sure that she was responsible for the crash. You could go as far as to say that this woman’s desperate attempt to cover up what she did ended up hitting a brick wall!
We’re Not Falling for That Apple
There is no denying that some people are the spitting images of their grandparents. Put a photo of the grandparent and grandchild at the same age next to each other and the results are often uncanny.
However, this young lady wasn’t fooling anyone. As far as she was concerned, all she needed to do was duplicate the color photo of herself and put a black and white filter on it. Maybe she was joking!
Some Rotten Eggs
It is certainly visually pleasing to look at these eggs that seem to fit some sort of color palette. However, when it isn’t your photo, at least credit whoever it was who took this photo in the first place.
Not only did this person claim the photo as their own, but apparently, they also used the exact same title from the original post, which is believed to have been posted years ago! You could say this person has egg on their face now.
He Got Too Close to the Sun…
Look, when you post a photo online that clearly shows your shadow in front of you, it’s safe to assume that something was blocking this guy’s vision from the sun. To be fair, we probably would have believed him had he cut the shadow out of the photo.
Even then, the guy isn’t even looking up the sky. Why even post a photo of your discomfort after hurting your eyes from too much sun?
Time for Some Drama!
Ironically, one person took it upon themselves to write a quick post about how they can’t stand liars. Of course, that’s what this entire article is about. In a sharp twist of irony, the original poster’s ex quickly commented on the post, calling them out for cheating on them.
We don’t know why, but we do enjoy it when someone is quick to criticize others for something even though they are also guilty of the same thing!
Just About to Sleep
Was she going to sleep at the club? Was there space to take a nap? In this age of digital media, it’s becoming more difficult to be sneaky. You will get away with lying only if you’re lucky.
Can you guess what happened later? She froze and was ashamed to even turn back and see the guy. You can be sure she did not appear tired. If she was smart enough, great apologies would follow.
The Via Mobile Thing
Phones reveal lies in a cheeky way. Never think you’re the smartest guy out there. This lady could have easily gotten away with the lie if it were not for the annoying “via mobile situation.”
No one was actually trying to break into her house. She was messaging with her phone. For sure, the best thing to do was to call the police instead of going online. She must have stopped commenting when a friend found this out.
When the Guy Shows Up
This guy knew what it took to get into shape. Triathlon preparation was something else. So, he didn’t want anyone to put words in his mouth. The guy has a good shape, so it pays to believe him.
If you want to know how to get in shape, don’t learn from the cheering squad. Ask the person who has made it in that area. That’s the message in other words. It must have shut the liar’s mouth.
Getting in Shape Wrongly
Speaking of the worst way to get in shape…Working out with Photoshop is one of the worst methods of getting fit. Your bellybutton will apparently disappear from your tummy, making you look odd.
Just by the way this guy started giving reasons as to why his skin was off-color, someone could easily notice that he was trying to cover something up. It raised suspicion for his friends to dig up the lie.
Is That Paris?
Just by looking at the out-of-focus background, you can easily tell that this is not Paris. It is Australia. She failed to take notice of the Sydney Opera House.
Did her boyfriend lie to her or is she the one that wanted to lie? If it’s her fiancé who lied, then she should go back in rage, having posted such a lie on social media.
Steal a Photo
Rick likes to take credit for other people’s photography. However, he forgot to remove the “Boyer Photography” watermark. Or, has he become Nick Boyer? Does he lack Photoshop skills or is designing just not his thing?
Although it takes a keen eye to tell whether someone is lying on social media, some lies are obvious. It looks like Rick isn’t the ultimate liar in this regard. Anyone can take credit for anything nowadays.
More Than Morphine
This guy wanted people to pity him but ended up pitying himself and requiring a stronger painkiller than morphine after being discovered publicly.
He didn’t think his friends could visit with him or call any family member to confirm what he was saying. He made a fool out of himself. What was he trying to gain anyway, popularity or sympathy? If you ever do such a thing, pray hard that someone doesn’t find out and post the truth online.
Monsoon Comes Soon
Although Susan was quick to say that it was not a monsoon, her lies went silent when a discerning Carter pointed out the truth. Do you choose to buy the picture online or go for the throw pillows for sale by Stacy Fortson?
Apparently, Susan had never seen the pillows. That must have been a great surprise for her. She must have quickly clicked on the link to confirm her ignorance.
Not Really Engaged
Being spontaneous is something your close friend should know. However, if you want to prove a point on social media, there’s no telling what could happen. Your Goofy Dave could come out.
Dave is actually a model. It’s highly likely that she doesn’t know him personally. Now she has a clue. It’s going to be difficult for her to break the news that there was no engagement to start with. Her friend had a good reason to keep off.
It’s really bad when the actual service provider calls you out. Look at this. Surely, those who care now know the truth. This person should now charter a plane to “Shamesville.” No.
They already chartered and have arrived at their destination. That’s a good way to spend the weekend. At least, the airline provided information for the person to be more careful next time. He won’t make the same mistake again.
That’s a Big Backyard!
Looks can be extremely deceiving, especially when it comes to where you are having a photo taken. This young lady had the nerve to post a photo of herself on Instagram, creating the illusion that she was going on a hike in the woods.
Little did she know though that her sister was lurking in the distance and caught her having her photo taken in their backyard! What’s stopping her from going on a real hike?!